ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The first inclusive playground in the Town of Orchard Park is now open.

The ribbon was cut on the new Orchard Meadows Playground on Saturday morning.

There are amenities for all kids, including those with special needs.

State Senator Chris Jacobs helped secure $75,000 in state funds for the project.

"It's an inclusive playground, which will allow kids of all ages sizes, disabilities, no disabilities to participate and have a fun time," said Ed Leak, the town's director of recreation and youth services.

Town leaders hope the new playground will enhance the quality of life of all the children in the area.

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